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September 24, 2019
DroneBase Names Hangar Technology as Strategic Partner to Provide End-to-End Drone Services for AEC Industries

LOS ANGELES - DroneBase, the leading global drone services company, today announced that Hangar Technology, an AirMap company, will serve as its AEC software partner. As Hangar’s strategic technology partner and premier U.S. licensee operating under limited exclusivity for the JobSight platform, DroneBase has integrated JobSight into its workflow to better serve customers in the architecture, engineering, and construction markets.

“By offering an end-to-end solution for customers in AEC, DroneBase can better understand the needs of this industry and identify additional ways businesses can benefit from drone technology,” said Dan Burton, Founder and CEO of DroneBase. “Through our long-standing relationships with both AirMap and Hangar, we have helped create a thriving drone industry. This partnership will only enhance how enterprises leverage drone data.”

DroneBase will integrate Hangar’s JobSight technology into its workflow, providing AEC enterprises with a full-service drone solution to document progress, manage teams, and build more efficiently across all projects. The partnership also cements DroneBase as the drone services provider for all existing JobSight customers in the United States.

“Using Hangar’s JobSight, any AEC company can get on-demand access to drone-enabled insights across projects,” said David Hose, CEO of AirMap. “Combining this with DroneBase’s professional drone services network makes it easy, valuable, and scalable to integrate drones into day-to-day operations.”

In September 2018, DroneBase and Hangar first partnered to leverage DroneBase’s API and global Pilot Network and Hangar’s drone analytics platform in order to provide enterprise customers with comprehensive and easy-to-use insights from their drone operations. Today’s announcement builds on that partnership with new and enhanced flight automation capabilities purpose-built with AEC customers' needs in mind.

Additionally, DroneBase’s partnership with Hangar Technology builds upon the existing relationship between DroneBase and AirMap, the leading airspace intelligence platform for the drone economy, which acquired Hangar Technology in September 2019. Today, DroneBase’s Pilot Network of over 60,000 pilots in all 50 states and over 70 countries utilize AirMap’s APIs for airspace awareness, compliance, and authorization when flying in controlled airspace or other complex airspace environments.

For more information, visit https://dronebase.com/.

About DroneBase

DroneBase is the largest global drone operations company, which provides businesses with stunning aerial information to make better, real-time decisions about their most critical assets from the world’s largest Pilot Network. Based in Los Angeles, the company is the trusted, go-to platform for aerial images and data for worldwide enterprise commercial clients across multiple industries such as residential and commercial real estate, insurance, telecommunications, construction, and media. DroneBase has completed over 100,000 commercial missions flown in over 70 countries and in all 50 states. The company was incubated by Y Combinator and has raised funding from FLIR Systems, Union Square Ventures, Upfront Ventures, Hearst Ventures, Pritzker Group, Accel Partners, SV Angel and DJI.

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